Free events in Toronto this April will definitelyÂ get you outÂ and about around the city. There'll be a bunch of people yelling "wow" in front of the CN Tower, an Earth Day Festival, and a huge pillow fight at City Hall.Events you might want to check out:
Mass Exodus (April 4 @ Daniels Spectrum)
The fashion students of Ryerson will be having their graduate show that provides a glimpse into the future of fashion.
Meta (April 5-7 @ Arta Gallery)
This annual three day exhibition showcases technology-based contemporary art by emerging artists from the Ryerson New Media program.
Shout "Wow" In Front Of The CN Tower (April 6 @ Roundhouse Park Toronto)
The word made famous thanks to Own Wilson has massed its own following as many gather to shout it in front of the CN Tower.
Pillow Fight Toronto (April 7 @ Nathan Phillips Square)
The feathers will fly with International Pillow Fight Day happening in Toronto. Bring your own or just show up wearing PJs; whatever works!
Ben and Jerry's Free Cone Day (April 10 @ Ryerson University)
Now over 40 years running, Ben & Jerry's is have its annual free ice cream give away for anyone willing to wait in line.
420 Toronto (April 20 @ Nathan Phillips Square)
It's the inaugural year of Canada's weed legalization and there's a huge 420 gathering happening at City Hall, featuring vendors, music and food.
Record Store Day (April 21 @ Multiple Venues)
Celebrates all things vinyl at record stores all over Toronto with parties, in-store performances and special releases.
Earth Day Festival (April 22 @ Downsview Park)
There's a huge Earth Day Festival happening this year at Downsview Park with lots of stuff like bird of prey demonstrations and seed ball making.
Maximum Exposure (April 27 - May 6 @ Ryerson School of Image Arts)
This year-end exhibition showcases the work of artists from Ryerson University’s School of Image Arts.
Disco Soup (April 28 @ Artscape Wychwood Barns)
In honour of World Disco Soup Day, this disco party combines protest with dance and reduce food waste by repurposing food otherwise left to rot.
by Lisa Power via blogTO